The dissemination efforts in 2020 were heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To maximize the reach, the project was presented in an online conference – SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing held on 27.04-01.05 in the form of an online presentation and a published paper.
The paper published on April 27th, 2020 describes the system on the technical level, as well as the gaps in the currently available detection technologies that the system targets. It also focuses on the network of sensors and the situational awareness tool.
We strongly encourage everyone interested to take a look at the publication. You can access it from our website for free as a part of the European Commission’s initiative towards Open Access!
Both the publication and the presentation are also available in the SPIE digital library:
Łukasz Szklarski, Patryk Maik, Weronika Walczyk, “Developing a novel network of CBRNe sensors in response to existing capability gaps in current technologies,” Proc. SPIE 11416, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing XXI, 114160Y (24 April 2020);
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